that depends on which airplane you're talking about.

35K Feet = 10.668 KM Atmosphere = 560 KM Airplane at 35,000 feet would be above approximately 1.9% of the earth's atmosphere.

It depends on the pressurization schedule of the Aircraft but in case of an airliner it will be around 6500 feet.

There are 5280 feet in one mile. Therefore, 6.5 miles is equal to 6.5 x 5280 = 34320 feet. Subtracting this from 35000 feet gives 35000 - 34320 = 680 feet.

35,000 feet = 6.63 miles.

35,000 feet is 10,668 meters.

5280 feet == so 12000 = 2.27 repeating 27 to answer your question

12000 inches = 1000 feet since 12 inches = 1 foot

Of course. Jumping out of an airplane requires no special skill, talent, equipment or preparation. Whether or not the individual survives the experience, he's certainly capable of doing it.

36000 ' = 12000 yd 36000 ' = 12000 yd 36000 ' = 12000 yd 36000 ' = 12000 yd 36000 ' = 12000 yd 36000 ' = 12000 yd

no 5 mi = 26400 ft 35000 ft = 6.628 mi

35 000 feet = 6.62878788 miles

yes, you can hear planes at 35000 feet.

35,000 feet = 6.6 (6.6288) miles.

12000 liters is about 423.8 cubic feet.

12,000 feet is 3,657.6 meters.

There are 12 inches in a foot There are 3 feet in a yard. Therefore there are 36 inches in a yard This means that 12000 inches = (12000/36)=333.3333333333333 yards in 12000 inches.

35,000 cubic feet = 261,818.2 US gallons.

35,000 square feet is 3,251.6 square meters.

There are 6.628787865 miles in 35000 feet. 35000 feet x 0.000189393939 miles/1 foot = 6.628787865 miles 1 foot = 0.000189393939 miles Answer Algebraic Steps / Dimensional Analysis35,000 ft*1 mi 5280 ft=6.628787879 mi

The radius 1,910 feet.

39370.078740157480315 feet (being too precise)

35,000 feet = 10.668 kilometers (rounded)

6.628 mi 1 mile = 5280 feet 1 foot = 0.000189 mi.

Immense. At 35,000 feet of water depth the pressure is about 1,032.5 atmospheres.

84,000 meters is much greater than 35,000 feet. 84,000 meters equates to 275,590.551 feet.

35,000 square feet = about 0.8035 acres.

35,000 square feet is 0.8 acre.

A foot is 0.3048 meters. So that would give you 39,370 feet.

About 1/4 acres. (.2754)

12,000ftÂ² = 0.2755 acres

You have to divide by 9, the number of square feet in a square yard. You end up with 1,333.3 square feet.

It should take about 35000 gallons

One acre has 43,560 square feet. Divide the number of square feet, 35,000 and you get .803 of an acre.

The 260 feet of water: at that depth, there is the weight of the water and the atmosphere on top of it.

12,000 square feet equates to 1,114.84 square meters.

12,000 US gallons = 1,604.17 cubic feet.

One acre is 43,560 square feet. Therefore, 12000 sq. ft is only 0.275 of one acre.

5,280 feet equals 1 mile. Therefore, 12,000 x 5,280 = 63,360,000 feet.

the volume of the amazon river is 12000 cubic feet

About 8,000 people!

1,114.84 square meters.

death happens if the airplane is over 20000 feet

Just imagine you are on an airplane at 35000 feet. Unless the plane turns, you won't feel yourself moving. It is the same with the Earth. As long as the motion is continuous you won't notice that you are hurtling through space at a billion miles per hour.

250 Millibars (approx. 3.7 pounds per square inch).

Airplane length varies by model because small planes are about 20 feet and large plane are about 300 feet long.

It is 12000/43560, which can be simplified, if required.

12,000 miles per year = 120.468008 feet per minute.

1 ft = 0.3048 meters (exact conversion ratio, this is a good one to memorize). (12000 ft) * (0.3048 m/ft) = 3657.6 m

You multiply cubic feet by 7.481 to get gallons: 35,000 x 7.481 = 261,835 gallons